Nissan announced a global recall involving 989,701 vehicles sold by Nissan and Infiniti brands in North America. According to the company, there is the possibility that the passenger side airbag did not inflate in the event of a strike.
Rolls-Royce has confirmed plans to build a plug-in hybrid models for the brand. The company CEO Torsten M?ller-?tv?s said "The plug-in will be essential in two years, not so much by demand from customers, but because of the legal regulation of greenhouse gas emissions.
Volkswagen is considering dropping the plans to launch a low-cost brand in emerging markets, as previously forecast. According to Autocar website, the German company was having trouble balancing the quality of new vehicles with reduced prices.
Japan seems to be showing a good niche for the German premium car manufacturer. With this, Mercedes-Benz took the opportunity to announce three new models, special and limited editions, but with the same performance as their standard versions for the Japanese market: E250 Coupe Limited Edition Sport Night A250 and A45 AMG Petronas.